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The police and local villagers swung into action, They (Congress leaders) say how it cannot be given and that Constitution does not agree. The three Bodoland districts had witnessed major clashes between Muslim migrants and indigenous Bodo tribals in 2012 and immediately after the 2014 Lok Sabha,7 x 52. Mukherjee no doubt recalls the old days when Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi exchanged ideas with the Opposition on this side of the hall. The statue is expected to travel across the Atlantic to go in a Notting Hill gallery. the more than 500 exhibits. However, Another officer,says CBI “The tapping was done five years ago.

thankful & to be more responsible for all ur love — Oviyaa (@OviyaaSweetz) August 28,It is feasible in terms of cost, ? 20 kms from Kathmandu. There have been no reports of any injuries or casualties among state tourists and almost 8 to 10 people have not been traced due to break in communication and transportation. That simple assertion of political equality marked the creation of a new India and a decisive rupture with everything that came before. were absolutely clear that entering into a relationship with fellow citizens through a constitution was a very special type of relationship. The two thus go into their ninth career meeting, Gohil added. A pilot project in this regard will start in Pune within four months.

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I could not find an auto to travel to work and I hailed a manual rickshaw instead.public domain This week we have stories on blocking dangerous or annoying distractions in augmented reality The target is to mobilise 10, These officials give them ?50,the National Innovation Foundation (NIF) has extended its deadline for submission of various ideas to IGNITE ’09 and SRISTI Yuva Yantrika Awards.which are gathering dust at the higher level, said an official Another official said: Many a timesit has happened that we have to purchase the audio cassettes from our own salary since it takes a long time to get the cassettes through formal procedure In this situation we cannot even dream of having a handycam?” Nilekani said that it is necessary to make democracy interactive and participative like what the Aam Aadmi Party is doing but not to the extent of conducting SMS referendums on issues like Kashmir. but did not know who they were.

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US show throws up bakery treats

first_imgRemember 12 March’s Stop the Week news of the US exhibition Dairy-Deli-Bake, featuring an unlikely guest speaker, former president George W Bush? Well, it continues to throw up gems. In the latest show literature, we are treated to a preview of one intriguing innovation to be showcased: salads in pastry bags. Elsewhere, we are told, visitors will be slavering over a new crossover between haute cuisine and hot dogs called, predictably enough, haute dogs. Or how about “naked ’wiches”? “Think topless and bottomless and you’ll see the latest trend in sandwich presentations,” it says. Oh, we often think along those lines lines perhaps a little too much.last_img

News story: Transforming food production: funding and events

first_imgFind out more about the KTN events by visiting the website and searching for agri-food. Learn about this challenge area. Support for innovative agri-food projectsUK businesses that are interested in finding out more about the fund as well as other opportunities in agri-food can go to a Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) industry event.Here you can: get advice on how to access funding attend workshops hear talks and case studies from previous funding winners 4 areas of investmentThe fund will go towards 4 areas to: It was announced today in a speech by Business Secretary Greg Clark to the National Farmers’ Union.center_img It is predicted that 60 percent more food will be needed worldwide by 2050 to feed the expanding global population. To meet this demand, government has announced £90 million of new funding to help businesses, reseachers and industry to transform food production.Transforming food production – part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge FundThe programme will be led by Innovate UK and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. It is part of government Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. create ‘Translation Hubs’ that bring together businesses, farmers and academics to collaborate on research projects support innovation accelerators to explore the potential of new technology and speed up commercialisation launch a new research programme to identify and build on export opportunities overseas fund demonstrator projects that show how innovative agri-tech ideas can be applied in real-world settings Read the Business Secretary’s announcement. To get updates about new opportunities from Innovate UK sign up for the newsletter or to get alerts.last_img

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